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Waste materials in the body

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Representatives of conventional medicine are stuck with the term “waste material”. The concept exists, waste materials can be named, their quantity, effect and behaviour can be measured. This article is for those who want to understand more scientifically what substances and what effects are we talking about when we talking about waste materials in the context of natural medicine or complementary medicine.


Definition of waste material

Molecules of internal or external origin and their metabolic products that are useless, foreign or present in excessive numbers, from the point of the fitness of our vital functions, the regeneration of the body and the effectiveness of its healing processes. The main features of waste materials are that they are a burden to the body’s metabolism, complicating and blocking normal biochemical and physiological processes: the immune function, metabolism, adaptability, and the functioning of all organ systems, regeneration and other self-regulatory abilities. Most of the waste products are acidic.

Waste materials produced in our body


Forms due to fermentation processes:

  • Methyl alcohol
  • propyl alcohol, other polyalcohols, and their aqueous solutions,
  • lactic acid
  • methanol,
  • methane
  • CO2,
  • formaaldehid

Forms due to rotting processes:

  • Tryptophan – indole, skatole
  • Tyrosine – cresol, phenol
  • Orntin – putrescin
  • Lysine – cadaverine

External contaminants, toxins

  • During 1 year we inhale 2-4 kg solid contaminants
  • During 1 year we eat 8kg solid contaminants
  • During 1 year we consume 54,5 kg additives with food
  • During 1 year we drink and eat 4,5 liters of insecticide and herbicide

In 1 year, we consume several kg of nitrate, hormone and antibiotics with food. There are also normal substances that we simply store in excess amounts in our connective tissues: carbohydrates, proteins, fats. They all together poison our body and slow down physiological processes, making us sick. However, phosphate molecular groups that are taken in excessive amounts with soft cheeses, carbonated soft drinks, or sodium taken in by excessive salting can also be considered waste products. So waste materials are everything that burdens our bodies and unnecessary.

Waste materials as puffers

Acidic waste products are converted by the body into neutral salts with the help of metal ions, which, if they cannot be excreted, are deposited as waste materials in the tissues, in the basic system. This process removes minerals from the tissues, which can cause osteoporosis, hair loss or tooth decay. Metals are able to react with the acid residue of acids to form salts (these are already neutral and not acidic), in common language, to form waste materials. One of the definitions of waste material comes from this. Foods deficient in minerals are acidic. The more acidic substances get into the blood, the more minerals get removed from the body to neutralize them through salt formation. Firstly, it extracts calcium mainly from the bones and hair follicles. When the waste materials are persistent, the mineral stores are depleted one after the other and the waste material forms in masses, and stored somewhere by the body, for this, the deep connective and adipose tissues are suitable.

Why waste material forms?


The causes of waste material formation can be food composition that does not meet the needs of the body (meat, dairy products, eggs, white and cooked grains, frying in fat – oil, sugary sweets, coffee, phosphorus-containing soft drinks, alcohol, canned food) high proton and low electron content of foods at all. Inadequate digestion also results in excessive food intake (immoderation), but also insufficient digestive secretion (exhaustion, acidosis), sluggish intestinal function, slow passage (lack of fiber, acidosis), damage of the intestinal mucosal barrier, (intestinal flora, acidosis, leaky gut syndrome), liver, bile pancreatic dysfunctions, imbalance of the intestinal flora, proliferation of pathogenic bacterial strains, and insufficient chewing.

What is detoxifying?

“Detoxifying” is a technical term in natural medicine, primarily an empirical concept. Its main point is: the amount of waste materials can be reduced by certain cures and therapeutic methods and the result can be monitored indirectly on the basis of clinical symptoms (well-being, chronic and acute symptoms), but there are laboratory and so-called also preclinical testing methods that should improve if detoxifying is successful. See my other articles connected to this topic: General knowledge of detoxifying and fasting, Detoxifying tools and procedures

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R. Áron


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